DALLAS -- The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board today is expected to get state approval to sell a $75 million revenue issue next month -- its first deal not backed by the state's general obligation pledge.

Because the student loan bonds will not use the state's double-A rating, the board plans to include a $2.2 million nonrated junior lien offering to bolster the stand-alone credit structure.

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